They have one-way tickets, paid for by Washington

They have one-way tickets, paid for by Washington
Alexandria, Louisiana (CNN)The men shuffle in a line across a lonely tarmac, one by one. Some men walk in sneakers without laces. Some sport navy blue prison-issue shoes. One wears work boots, still stained with paint.This may be the last time they touch US soil. The Boeing 737 beside them is bound for Guatemala City. And these men, like all passengers on ICE Air, have one-way tickets.In the past year, the United States has deported nearly 100,000 people on

Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney shares harrowing sexual abuse stories at the hands of a doctor

Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney shares harrowing sexual abuse stories at the hands of a doctor
Image: AFP/Getty ImagesIf you thought the stories regarding sexual abuse and harassment were done—or only limited to Hollywood—you have grossly misunderstood the scope of this pervasive problem. In a heart-wrenching and personal note Wednesday, Olympic gold medalist and member of the Fierce Five McKayla Maroney addresses sexual harassment and abuse in the competitive sports world. The 21-year-old gymnast revealed that since the age of 13, she had consistently been molested by the former US Women's National Gymnastics Team doctor,

Hate against the NFL proves impeachment wont stop Trumps America

Hate against the NFL proves impeachment wont stop Trumps America
Which do Trump fans love more, the NFL or President Donald Trump? According to the New York Times, it’s not the NFL. After the president’s vulgar criticisms against NFL players who kneel for the national anthem to protest police violence against Black Americans, and the subsequent backlash from various players and coaches, Trump fans are now much more likely to view the NFL negatively than positively, according to Morning Consult polls. Over 60 percent of Trump voters see the NFL “somewhat

This photo of a little girl enraptured by woman assistant referee is your Monday motivation

This photo of a little girl enraptured by woman assistant referee is your Monday motivation
Once again an adorable child has reminded us that people are capable of anything.  SEE ALSO: Transgender footballer could be the first to play in women's Australian rules league Twitter user Hullablue took his daughter to a semi-professional football game near Leeds, UK on Saturday, and got this snap of the little bean being inspired by an assistant referee. That's such a brilliant photo. — Garforth Town AFC (@TheGarforthTown) October 14, 2017 Consequently, Hullablue fleshed out the story with

Meet The Women Who Would Rather Have A Perfect Body Than Sex

Meet The Women Who Would Rather Have A Perfect Body Than Sex
Sex is an essential part of a loving relationship. When one or both parties decide that they no longer want to get it on, the relationship can often fall apart. In fact, sex is cited as the number number one reason why long-term couples break up. Whilst it is normal to go through dry spells, most couples are willing to put in a little extra effort in the bedroom to get things steamy again. Even though it’s inevitable that

Prince Harry meets lookalike in Canada

Prince Harry meets lookalike in Canada
How Invictus Games 'brought me back'Another Twitter user posted a video of fans waiting to spot the prince outside a Toronto hotel, shouting "Harry!" when Mr Scotti walked through the doors. Mr Trudeau, walking behind him, goes almost unnoticed until he jokingly points to his photographer and waves. Skip Twitter post by @la03la @JustinTrudeau you sneaky prankster. Would the real #princeharry please stand up? @AdamScotti had me fooled for a second there :P #Toronto pic.twitter.com/RQUvPwF7h1— Lisa (@la03la) September 24,

Time to throw your support behind the U.S. women’s soccer team. They deserve it.

Time to throw your support behind the U.S. women’s soccer team. They deserve it.
‌U.S. soccer's Matt Besler after the loss to Trinidad and Tobago. Photo by Abraham Diaz/AFP/Getty Images‌. When the U.S. men's soccer team was eliminated from this year's World Cup contention, people were devastated. The U.S. Men's National Team's 2-1 loss Wednesday loss to Trinidad and Tobago marked the end of a 31-year run of World Cup appearances by the team (though they've never won). People ... didn't take it well. Social media erupted with outrage, along with hot-headed analysis

A strongly worded letter to Mike Ditka and anyone else who thinks oppression is over.

A strongly worded letter to Mike Ditka and anyone else who thinks oppression is over.
NFL legend Mike Ditka may have had the worst take of all time this week when he said, "There has been no oppression in the last 100 years that I know of." The former coach and star tight end of the Chicago Bears appeared on Jim Gray's national radio show ahead of Monday Night Football, Oct. 9 to talk football, protests, and apparently his rudimentary knowledge of American history. Gray even tried to help Ditka out of the hole

The U.S. men are going to miss the World Cup because of course we can’t have a country-unifying moment right now

The U.S. men are going to miss the World Cup because of course we can’t have a country-unifying moment right now
Image: Getty ImagesThere is one silver lining to the U.S. men's national soccer team missing the World Cup—all eyes will now be on the far-superior women's team.  That's the only upside to take from Tuesday night's crushing loss to Trinidad and Tobago. The U.S. team has now officially missed qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.  It is, in a word, tragic. Not because of the soccer itself (again, the women's team is far, far better), but because

5 Makeup Products You Can Wear To The Gym That’ll Withstand All Your Sweat

5 Makeup Products You Can Wear To The Gym That’ll Withstand All Your Sweat
Whether you're running straight from the office to SoulCycle and don't have time to wash your face, or you just enjoy how badass it feels lifting weights with makeup on, sweating with the wrong mascara on can honestly be a disaster. I don't know about you, but I sweat during a good workout, and I've come to learn that perspiration and foundation are friends. That's why finding good makeup you can wear to the gym is key when it comes to your

7 Unexpected Reasons Why Your Vagina Might Smell Bad

7 Unexpected Reasons Why Your Vagina Might Smell Bad
Sorry ladies, but I'm sure you know body odor isn't exclusive to just your pits. As fascinating as the different parts of the vagina are, the different smells they omit from time to time can be, well, concerning. The disturbing, but very real truth is that every woman will eventually ask themselves “why does my vagina smell?” at least once in the span of their lifetime, and it's nothing to be ashamed of or shy about. But it is

This Is Why I Lost Over 60,000 Social Media Followers

This Is Why I Lost Over 60,000 Social Media Followers
Dominik Wycislo Have you ever wondered why #fitspo accounts are so popular on social media? It’s because of you. Well, maybe not you exactly, but it’s because that’s what the majority of society want to see. Sport bra selfies and workout videos could be what you need to finally stick to your workout routine. For some, these accounts keep them motivated and on track with their workouts. However, for the majority of people, they empower them to workout for

In new essay, tennis great Andy Murray doesn’t hold back when it comes to sexism in sports

In new essay, tennis great Andy Murray doesn’t hold back when it comes to sexism in sports
Image: Joe Toth - AELTC Pool/Getty ImagesAndy Murray made headlines this year for his remarks about women tennis players off court.  Now he's taking things one step further in an essay written for BBC News, published Monday, where he discusses the future of tennis and the barriers to gender equality that the sport must overcome to get there.   "People often underestimate the amount of work that it takes to become a top tennis player. And that work ethic

Women in Saudi Arabia still can’t do these things

Women in Saudi Arabia still can’t do these things
(CNN)In a first for the conservative religious kingdom, Saudi Arabia has declared that women will finally be able to drive, the culmination of years of activism and appeals both from within and outside the Gulf nation.The 2016 Global Gender Gap Report by the World Economic Forum ranked the kingdom 141 out of 144 countries on gender parity. Trailing behind Saudi Arabia were Syria, Pakistan and Yemen. What women in Saudi Arabia can do:-- Vote in local elections. In 2015